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After a great day on Capri we caught the ferry back to Naples and made it back to out hotel. Driving in Paris and Rome were tough but they were a piece of cake compared to driving in Naples - the roads are so narrow and the drives so aggressive its amazing cars still have any paint on ...
... Steve's Italy book and must have walked at least 5-6 miles. It was a Saturday, so the main parts of Naples were crowded with tourists and cruise ship people. We walked down some of the side streets, known as the Spanish quarter, to see where people live. We saw things being sent up to the top floors in buckets on a string and lots of laundry hanging out to dry. ...
... served in a cone shaped cardboard type cup. You sit in the alley on one of the few seats there if you can get one. Our order comes and it is so good. Very lightly dusted in flour and seasoned after it comes out of the fryer it is another taste sensation. It is so good that we order a different cup, this one with fish ( cod) and stuffed pumpkin flowers. We can't get ourselves to try the one with little fish we have seen other people eat, ...
... compliments from members of the staff on various
aspects of our cooking prowess. The greatest compliment is that
they eat it and serve it to their guests. No one has died this week that we know of. :-). We are having great fun in
the cooking classes and can recommend them to anyone, even a non-cooking
spouse. The lone male in our class is
very reserved, but his wife is very bubbly. ...
From the port, you take the funicular up to town. I checked out the main cathedral that had an amazing mosaic tile floor then grabbed an uphill bus to Ana Capri. I walked a bit around the shops then got in line at the chairlift to head up to the top of this mountain for an incredible view.